One day you’re sitting in a tree smoking a cigarette, thinking about how you’re gonna jump the broken down old bridge at Elkin’s Grove. The next day you’re fighting off some huge unrelenting pink pile of ooze that just spread into town. “How did you get here” you might ask yourself. If you’re Brian Flagg (Kevin Dillon), you’d probably be asking yourself the exact same thing. Life was so easy just being a juvenile delinquent. Now you’re just trying to survive The Blob. Continue reading “The Blob (1988)”
I thought I was lucky to be able to say that I was the viewer of a great 80’s supernatural slasher movies that took place in a health club after watching Witch Bitch (aka Death Spa). Well everyone… I can now say that I am the proud viewer of TWO great 80’s slasher films that take place in a health club. If you’ve read this site for a while, you know how I love my 80’s slasher flicks, and this is no exception.
If you’ve ever seen 28 Days Later, the plot of Primal Rage may sound a little familiar, but on a much smaller scale… Sam Nash is a Florida college journalist is looking for a story. That quest leads him to Dr. Ethridge (Bo Svenson – with and awesome little mulleted ponytail, btw) who is conducting experiments on a baboon, trying to revitalize dead brain cells in the primate’s brain. Sam can’t get any face time with Dr. Ethridge, so his journalism buddy Duffy suggests that he break into the lab to get some recon for his story. Sam refuses to do it, so Duffy goes instead and unleashes a fury that rocks the small college campus.
For this week’s Trailer Tuesday, we bring you Godfrey Ho’s masterpiece Undefeatable!
If you’re on this site, you’ve probably seen what’s been called “The most ridiculous fight scene ever” (it’s on the linked review), and I can say with complete confidence that it is probably one of the most hilariously bad action movies of all time. If you’re a fan of mullets, bad acting and pan fried steak, Undefeatable is film that you must see. On top of all that, you get Cynthia Rothrock to boot!
Also, if you plan on a Godfrey Ho marathon, make sure this is the grand finale. Any of his other films that you watch after this will pale in comparison.